Police probe suspicious pizza delivery driver robbery

 
April 12, 2004

YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich.—Police continue to investigate the possible armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver in Ypsilanti Township on the night of April 8.

According to the Ann Arbor News, Washtenaw County sheriff's deputies said a delivery driver from Mr. Pizza was robbed at gunpoint seconds after he made a delivery to a home.

As the driver returned to his car, two armed men approached him and demanded cash. The driver gave them $180 and some checks, and the robbers fled.

A police dog led deputies to a home nearby, where nearly a dozen young men were hiding in the basement, according to officers.

No arrests were made, and the incident remains under investigation.

 

 

 


Topics: Independent Operation


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